According to Israel, the Hamas office still exists the day after a Hamas apartment building in Gaza was destroyed. The Associated Press News Agency and Al Jazeera News Channel editors are sitting in the apartment. They hope to get more information from Israel.
The owner of Jala Tower denies the opposite Al Jazeera Hamas is in the building. Jawad Mehdi said: “In addition to the tenants, there are some lawyers, engineers and the offices of some media companies. According to him, Israel has not yet provided evidence of Hamas’ claims in the building.
Israel cited the existence of Hamas as the reason for the bomb attack. Hamas has been in power in Gaza since 2007.by Twitter The Army said in three tweets about the attack this morning that Hamas often hides in civilian buildings, but the militants are not “free” from air strikes.
The reporter saw their workplace destroyed:
Israeli newspapers Jerusalem post The article wrote that Israel provided information to the US government yesterday, which will eventually indicate that Hamas is operating in the building. The White House will be satisfied with this explanation. Correspondent Ankie Rechess said on NPO Radio 1 that the information must be “very correct.” “Otherwise, Israel will not be burned by anything Not completed It’s because reporters should always be able to complete their work normally.
The Associated Press and Al Jazeera reporters were able to escape the building in time. Shortly before the bombing, Israel warned of air strikes. As a result, according to Israel, Hamas can still protect things, “but we are willing to pay for it,” the army said on Twitter. The French news agency Agence France-Presse now provides shelter for the editorial offices of the Associated Press and Al Jazeera.
The Associated Press said in response to the attack that its reporters would not sit in a building where Hamas has offices, and added that it cannot be 100% sure that Hamas is not working in that building. The news agency said it had been reporting from this building for fifteen years.
The Associated Press, other media organizations, and CPJ, an international journalist organization, all demanded clarification from Israel. The latter raised the question of whether the Israeli army is deliberately attacking the media to “prevent reporting of human suffering in the Gaza Strip.”
UN Secretary-General Guterres emphasized yesterday that arbitrary attacks on civilian and media buildings are not in accordance with international law and must be “prevented at all costs.”
At present, there is no possibility of escalation in the violent conflict between Israel and radical Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.Last night, the Palestinian Health Authority took inventory At least 33 people died Since the start of the two-way attack two weeks ago, Israeli airstrikes have caused most of the casualties.
A total of 181 Palestinians were killed in the Gaza Strip. On the Israeli side, Hamas’ air strikes have so far killed ten people.
Correspondent Ankie Rechess believes that the file is being processed. “But now everyone is still working hard, because someone wants to win the final victory.”
Israeli newspapers Hares The article wrote that behind the scenes, Israel is facing pressure to move towards a ceasefire. On Friday, a senior American diplomat arrived in Tel Aviv and was ordered to mediate between the two parties. In addition, the United Nations Security Council is also meeting today for emergency dialogue on the crisis, and 57 countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation will also meet.
EU Foreign Minister Borrell announced this morning that the EU Foreign Minister will discuss how to end the violence at a video conference on Tuesday. Today, the Pope also called for an end to the attacks on both sides.